Theater News

Irwin and Woodard to Host 48th Annual Obie Awards
Bill Irwin The 48th annual Village Voice Obie Awards ceremony honoring excellence in Off-Broadway theater will be held on May 19, hosted by Bill Irwin (The Goat, o
Enchanted April
Is it humanly possible to see 13 shows in just one week? As a matter of fact, it is! Filichia tells you how.
Peter Stone, Librettist and Screenwriter, Dies at 73
Peter Stone, widely respected as a writer for the theater and film and as a longtime president of the Dramatists Guild, died on Saturday, April 26 at New York-Presbyterian Hospital ...
Akers and Akers of Talent
The Siegels go absolutely ga-ga over Karen Akers in her new show at the Algonquin Hotel's famous but problematic Oak Room.
A Recording of Some Importance
JAY Records releases the cast album of Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens's most recent musical, A Man of No Importance.
FIT to Honor Costume Designer Willa Kim
Willa Kim The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) will honor renowned costume designer Willa Kim with the 2003 Patricia Zipprodt Award for Innovative Costume ...
Cast Announced for "The Broadway Musicals of 1953"
Debbie Gravitte(Photo: © Michael Portantiere) The cast for the next installment in the Broadway by the Year series, "The Broadway Musicals of 1953," has b
Eddie Korbich and Marcus Neville at Top of the Heap
Eddie Korbich The Broadway Theater Institute's Musical Mondays Theater Lab has announced that its next production, Top of the Heap, will have two performances ...
Burrell, Binotto, Utley, and Crumb to Visit Island at the York
Terry Burrell The York Theatre Company will present a public staged reading of the new musical Island on Monday, May 5. A musical fable by Peter Link, Sund
TV's Tom Cavanagh to Take Up Residence in Urinetown
Tom Cavanagh Tom Cavanagh, star of the NBC-TV series Ed, will be taking over the role of Bobby Strong in Broadway's Urinetown beginning May 20. He'll ...